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Kids are in CURE Children’s Hospitals right now! Follow a child’s story, and encourage that child with get well messages. You can even be a Hero and
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Niger - Age 9
"Can you guess what I drew?" Amina asked when we visited her in the chapel. She explained to us that she drew a tree and named it 'Kuka' in her language. Amina has a new bandage on and takes good care of it. She said. "I have to take care of my leg because I want it to heal quickly." Please continue to support her by praying for her and sending her messages of comfort.
Niger - Age 13
"Ku diba nayi ma kaina kitso (which means 'look I braided myself')," Nana Farida shouted when she saw us coming to their house. She is very happy with her braids even though she was shy to show us her handiwork. Nana continues to walk around, waiting for her next consultation appointment. She said that it hurts when she walks without a crutch, but she has to bear the pain and try to walk to recover quickly. Your messages give Nana a lot of strength, and your prayers give her hope, so thank you and stay blessed!
Niger - Age 15
"Zo mu sha kunu (which means 'come and drink porridge')," Inaya said this morning when we passed by the guesthouse. She explained that she likes to have African porridge (made from millet flour and hot water) for breakfast, especially when the weather is cold because it warms her body. Inaya had fun today explaining how digestion works to other patients in the hut. She still has a cast on her leg, so she moves around with the help of the cart. Inaya will return for consultation next week. Thank you for praying for her. Please continue to think of her by sending messages of comfort.
Niger - Age 19
"Just like how you bring us joy, I pray that Jesus will also fill you with His grace and perfect joy," Safaatou said. She told us how much she has learned at CURE through reading, writing, and handwork. Safaatou let us know that she spends time with her sister giving her advice and reassuring her that they will fully recover by the grace of Jesus. Safaatou is receiving her massages and continues her walking exercises for leg strength. Thank you for your prayers and encouraging messages that give her hope.
Niger - Age 8
"Ina jin karfi sossai, na ci wassan kwalo (which means 'I'm very strong and I'm a champion')," said Falalou smiling. He told us that he played football with his friends and won the match. The doctors advised him to do some physical exercises, so he is taking the opportunity to play with his friends from the hospital. Falalou has a cast to support his leg, and he will go home with it to continue his recovery. "To yanzu dey gida zani (which means 'I'm going home')," Falalou happily said, looking forward to going to the village and seeing his friends. During his time here, Falalou learned a valuable lesson about loving others from Auntie Salamato. He said, "When I go home, I will tell my friends to love each other and not fight." Falalou will be back for a consultation after six months. Please continue to send him messages of support and remember him in your prayers.